Skip to content


Just a Few Common Sense Tricks for the Casinos

[ English ]

As an avid player, I have learned a number of important lessons while playing over the the last couple of years. Regardless if you like to wagering at the ‘bricks and mortar’ casinos or the numerous net casinos. Here are my all important rules of gaming, many of which can be considered common sense, but if abide by they will assist you in going a long way to leaving with money in your account.

Rule 1: Go to a casino with a predetermined sum that you are ready and are able to afford to wager – How much would you spend for an evening out on diner, cocktails, entrance charges and tips? This is a good sum to use.

Rule two: Don’t take your debit card out with you – or any other way of drawing money out. Do not be concerned about money for the taxi if you burn all of it; most taxi operators, specifically the ones booked through casinos, will drive you to your home and are more than happy to wait for the moola when you get back.

Rule 3: Stick to an upper cap. I frequently imagine what I would want to purchase if I succeed. The last time I was able to go, I decided I’d really would love to purchase a new digital SLR camera which cost about $400, so that was my predetermined cutoff. As soon as I reached that number, I walked away. Just walk away. Even if Mystic Megan herself tells you the next number for the roulette wheel, pay no attention to her and say goodbye. Depart comfortable in the understanding that you will certainly be going into the mall and acquiring a nice brand-new toy!

Rule 4: Have a good time. When you are "frisky" you will succeed. It’s a reality. I do not know why, but it clearly is. As soon as it turns into a job, or you are just wagering to earn $$$$ you have lost, you will certainly be deprived of more. When you’re succeeding, experiencing a good experience with your friends, or your significant other, you will certainly earn even more.

Posted in Casino.

0 Responses

Stay in touch with the conversation, subscribe to the RSS feed for comments on this post.

You must be logged in to post a comment.